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Being Trans in the EU - Comparative analysis of the EU LGBT survey data

Agencja Praw Podstawowych (FRA),

Rok2014
Zasięgeuropejski
Rodzaj dokumenturaport
Rodzaj danychilościowe i jakościowe
Rodzaj badaniamonitoring
ISBN978-92-9239-644-2
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Osoby trans lub te, których tożsamość czy też poczucie płci odbiega od tej przypisanej w chwili narodzin, doświadczają różnego rodzaju dyskryminacji, molestowania i przemocy we wszystkich krajach Europy. Takie zagrożenie sprawia, że wiele osób ukrywa albo This reality triggers fears that persuade many to hide or disguise their true selves. This report examines issues of equal treatment and discrimination on two grounds, namely sexual orientation and gender identity. It analyses data on the experiences of 6,579 trans respondents from the EU Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) survey, the largest body of empirical evidence of its kind to date.

 

SPIS TREŚCI

FOREWORD 
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  
INTRODUCTION  
FRA OPINIONS  

1 DISCRIMINATION: EXPERIENCES, AWARENESS, REPORTING AND PERCEPTIONS  
1.1. Research and policy context  
1.2. What did the survey ask?  
1.3. Discrimination or harassment on the grounds of being trans  
1.4. Discrimination in employment  
1.5. Discrimination in education  
1.6. Discrimination in healthcare and social services  
1.7. Discrimination in other goods and services available to the public  
1.8. Reporting discrimination incidents and rights awareness  

2 VIOLENCE AND HARASSMENT 
2.1. Research and policy context  
2.2. What did the survey ask?  
2.3. Violence and hate-motivated violence 
2.4. Harassment and hate-motivated harassment  

3 DAILY LIFE AS A TRANS PERSON 
3.1. Research and policy context  
3.2. What did the survey ask?  
3.3. Living a trans life  
3.4. Awareness and openness about trans background  
3.5. Perceived public attitudes, negative reactions and life satisfaction  


CONCLUSIONS  
BIBLIOGRAPHY  
ANNEX 1: APPROACH AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY  
Survey method  
Data cleaning  
Analysis of the ‘other’ sub-identity  
Contradiction between birth sex and trans sub identity  
Results after data cleaning  

ANNEX 2: TRANS RESPONDENTS SAMPLE
Sample composition  
Sample typology by subgroup  
Sample typology by birth sex  
Sample typology by gender feelings, gender expression and gender wishes  
Sexual orientation  
Socio-economic status